ALERT: The Video Of Elon Musk’s Twitter Meeting Has Been LEAKED!


Project Veritas did it again, they were able to obtain the footage of Elon Musk’s recent meeting with Twitter employees and it is now been making the rounds on Social Media.

This marked the first time Musk had spoken directly with Twitter employees since he agreed to purchase a company, a deal that remains uncertain amid Musk’s expressed concern for the number of fake accounts on the platform.

Of course, many of the woke Twitter employees were not probably happy with Musk’s strong stance on ‘Free Speach’ but we know the majority of Americans are. People want unfiltered truth from the Social Media giant.

Project Veritas posted the highlights of the meeting where Musk is seen telling the Twitter employees that “it’s essential to have free speech” and that people should be able to “communicate freely.” He also wanted to “make sure we’re not, sort of, driving a narrative.”

Musk noted that he wants to increase trust in Twitter and in order to do that, he said it’s “extremely important that there’d be transparency,” something that the site has been historically notorious for lacking in the past.

The video cuts to Musk asking employees if the media narrative has ever gotten it right, to which he said would be “almost never, not never, but almost never.”

Musk also addressed internal issues, noting that he is not a fan of remote work, said costs at Twitter need to be trimmed while revenue needs to increase and that he wants a staff of employees who are productive and glad to be at work every day.

Musk continued on to explain his goals for Twitter, and he noted that Twitter should allow unfiltered communication.

Here’s what Musk said:

“And, you know, I think that that actually is maybe one of the biggest reasons for using Twitter is so I communicate directly to people and not through the lens of the media. And, you know, I think there’s obviously an important role for the media to play. But as anyone knows who reads the newspaper, it’s coming through quite a negative lens.”

Musk added:

“And then when you read about something — newspaper is a dated term, in the news — where you actually personally understand the situation, how many times has the media gotten it right? I would say almost never. Not never, but almost never.”

Musk explained that he thinks people should be able to express some “pretty outrageous things” that are “within the bounds of the law” on the platform, but that these posts “don’t get amplified,” and get limited reach.

Musk continued on to explain his goals for Twitter, which he is currently in the process of purchasing.

Musk said:

“And I think an important goal for Twitter would —really try to include as much of the country, as much of the world as possible.”

“So, the things that I’ve said about Twitter, I think need to happen in order for it to be — to really go to the next level. I mean, I think the potential is there for Twitter to have — be accessible to an order of magnitude more people.”

“Let’s say the far left 10 percent, and far right 10 percent were equally upset on Twitter, then that would probably be a good outcome. The standard is much more than not offending people. The standard is — should be that they are very entertained and informed,” he said.

Musk touched on his concerns about fake accounts on the platform.

Musk has threatened to pull out from or postpone the deal, requesting in May that the platform prove that less than 5 percent of the platform’s users are bot accounts.

An attorney for Musk sent a letter to Twitter in June requiring that the company send these figures in order for the deal to continue.

Here’s what attorney Mike Ringler wrote:

“At this point, Mr. Musk believes Twitter is transparently refusing to comply with its obligations under the merger agreement, which is causing further suspicion that the company is withholding the requested data due to concern for what Mr. Musk’s own analysis of that data will uncover.”

You can watch the FULL VIDEO below:

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Sources: WesternJournal, Project Veritas